#2217 The glamping startup that sold for over $100 million
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My guest today created a company that I’ve watched from a distance. It’s  called Under Canvas and what they do is put up these gorgeous, beautiful tents near national parks that let you be part of nature but without having to go full-blown camping. It was an ecotourism company that was facilitation glamping before glamping was really a thing. She sold that company for over $100 million in 2018. I want to find out how she did it. Sarah Dusek is currently the founder of Enygma Ventures, a venture firm that invests in women in Africa.

Sarah Dusek is the founder of Enygma Ventures, a venture firm that invests in women in Africa.

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